Stopping KB For 17 Months, Will You Be Able To Get Pregnant?
assalamualikum, good night doc I want to ask .. I used to use injections 3 months for about 4 years … and during that time I never menstruated at all only at the start of irregular menstruation … now on November 11 2017 is the date I have to go back in KB … but I didn’t come because I want to get pregnant again. . I was released, but my period hasn’t arrived yet. after 8 months off, my new period came. but the length of the coming month is almost 7 months, it doesn’t stop, sometimes there are many, sometimes it stops sometimes, it also stops 4 days. until the midwife advises to go ultrasound. and I went ultrasound. the result is that there is a torn wound in the uterus and it has been given medicine as well to make menstruation go back … but the medicine doesn’t work at all. I have resigned myself not to use any medicine. during menstruation it is only March 17 2019 stop menstruation. and on 20 2019 menstruation again. I am happy because on the date of my menstruation, I really like 20. and alhmdulilah it was smooth again only 6 days I came in a month which was very much until completely finished … so the question. I have stopped working for 17 months. it’s only been a month since my period is going smoothly maybe my hormones have stabilized too … what is the most likely date of this April 20 if I’m late my period will get pregnant ?? thank you. sorry, too long
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3-month injection users often experience menstrual irregularities that worry their users. In fact, irregular menstruation when using birth control is often not a dangerous thing. The reason is due to the disrupted reproductive hormones due to the injection of synthetic hormones contained in injection KB. But indeed, this condition can continue until the use of injectable birth control is stopped, so that not infrequently there will be new obstacles in the process of planning a pregnancy again.
In general, if there are no other complications, irregular menstruation due to the impact of the use of 3-month injectable birth control will gradually improve several months after its use is stopped. Of course, the duration of these improvements can vary greatly depending on the condition of each person, some are short (less than 3 months), some are slow (more than 1 year). There are no specific steps that need to be done in this regard. You only need to improve your lifestyle to be more healthy, so indirectly, the condition of hormones in the body will return to balance, and menstruation returns smoothly. The healthy lifestyle referred to here includes increasing rest (regularly, 6 to 8 hours a day, avoiding excessive psychological pressure (for example stress, anxiety, depression, panic, fear), routine exercise (1-2 days with a duration of 30 -60 minutes peresion), while consuming a variety of healthy foods rich in antioxidants (especially vegetables, fruit, fish oil, water, whole grains) .If you want to get pregnant immediately, while improving this lifestyle, you and your partner should also regularly have sexual relations (2 to 3 days) so that the potential for fertilization is greater.
Your regular menstrual cycle may indeed indicate the condition of the hormones in your body began to improve. Perform the steps above consistently to make pregnancy easier. Not only that, considering you have undergone a doctor's examination and declared to have a specific problem in your uterus, you should also compensate for the natural steps above by seeking treatment directly to the doctor or obstetrician to be given the right treatment. With comprehensive treatment steps, pregnancy certainly can have greater potential.
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